The Millennial March LA: Voter Awareness Drive was organized to engage young voters, with an emphasis on high school seniors, and provide them with resources to make the most informed decisions at the polls on November 3. Organizers aim to raise awareness and create a positive culture around voting through education.
Local musicians and influencers will also be on site to fellowship and celebrate with the community, including Grammy-nominated gospel artist B.Slade, singer-songwriter Chikk, multi-hyphenate artist Tia P., and more.
Starting at the Center of Hope Church on Crenshaw Boulevard, the Millennial March LA: Voter Awareness Drive will consist of a 2.5-mile march through Inglewood, ending at the City Hall on Manchester Boulevard. The voter registration portion will commence at the conclusion of the march, along with a peaceful demonstration to pay homage to the lives lost due to racism and police brutality.
To comply with CDC and local health and safety guidelines, attendees are required to wear masks, and social distancing will be strictly enforced throughout the event. Multiple sanitation stations will be available on site to offer the community free hand sanitizer and masks.
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